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Day with Psychology

Are there certain psychological decisions we make during the day?

The following list of articles link up to five key points in our day which require some further thought, ranging from how your bedtime is affected by your work day, to whether you should regularly socialize with people after work. Read all five below.

Article Collection - Day with Psychology

The importance of sleep: Relationships between sleep quality and work demands, the prioritization of sleep and pre-sleep arousal in day-time employeesLinda Cameron, Marisa LoftWork & Stress
Effects of information accuracy and volume on decision makingNorbou Buchler, Daniel Cassenti, Katherine GambleMilitary Psychology
Treatment of seasonal affective disorderRie Iwaki, Siegfried Kasper, Edda Pjrek, Dietmar WinklerExpert Review of Neurotherapeutics
Take a break! Benefits of sleep and short breaks for daily work engagementRonald Bledow, Jessica de Bloom, Jana Kuhnel, Hannes ZacherEuropean Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
Let’s go out for a drink after work! The relation between leisure time spent with colleagues and employees’ life satisfactionLuisa Barthauer, Paul Endrejat, Simone KauffeldJournal of Workplace Behavioral Health

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